Ross leaves PC World behind for Filtered MediaBy Phil Sim in Media News on Thursday, 29th June 2017 at 11:41am
Not that Ross hasn’t given his best, at trying to do something positive for the publishing sector. For the past couple of years, Ross has been trying to launch a micro-payment start-up called Nanotransactions that would let readers pay tiny amounts based on factors like the amount of time they spent on a site. However, like his journalism career, Nanotransactions is being shelved for the moment.
“But they just never delivered, so I’ve cut them loose and stopped it for now.”
“There aren’t too many reviewers out there with a lot of SEO experience, so the sooner we can get someone on board, the more help I can give them brushing up their skills in that area,” he said.
- Proven ability to review technology products.
- An understanding of SEO and how to create content that is fundamentally justified by the Google-related traffic it brings in.
- Ability to self-edit and publish grammatically-correct content without any other proof reading.
- Be able to work with the commercial team, helping generate leads and building industry relationships without compromising editorial integrity.
- Have a strong relationship with Australian technology industry and PR.
- Ability to commission and edit third-party-written content.
- Ability to write separate advertorial and custom content for the publisher and their clients.
- Have moderate photography skills including editing.
- Familiarity with Google Analytics.
- Be able to work with a multimedia-rich Content Management System.
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Scott-Wilson signs up with Acast AustraliaBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Thursday, 16th November 2017 at 6:33pm
The Australian arm of Swedish free-to-use podcasting platform Acast has welcomed seasoned reporter Guy Scott-Wilson as its new content director.
Scott-Wilson is now tasked with laying out the strategic direction of Acast Australia. He will also guide existing Acast hosts with developing original content for their shows. He recently served as Allure Media’s partnerships director and account manager, plus worked for Dennis Publishing and Digital SLR Photography in various sales positions.
“Guy brings a high level of global and local expertise in the content development and publishing field and will be an asset as we head into this exciting era,” said Acast Australia country manager Henrik Isaakson.
“Guy will play an important role in our business because, above all, we’re focused on helping local Aussie podcast providers monetise content and give listeners an enjoyable place to discover it.”
“In a world where so much content competes for our
Limelight editorship changes handsBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Thursday, 16th November 2017 at 5:11pm
Classical arts and music magazine Limelight has changed editors.
The management stated that Jo Litson (pictured, right) is now at the helm, taking over from Clive Paget (pictured, left) who recently relocated to New York City after five years on the staff. A writer with 30 years’ experience, Litson had been Paget’s understudy as deputy editor since August 2016. She started collaborating with the magazine on some projects in 2015.
“Jo has been a part of Australian arts journalism for a long time, a talented and highly-respected writer with a passion for the performing arts, and experience with multiple facets of editing, writing, journalism, and publishing in a range of contexts. We’ve been lucky to have her on board as Deputy Editor and we’re looking forward to an exciting era for Limelight as she takes on the Editorship,” said Limelight publisher Andrew Batt-Rawden.
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Seiler signs up with Macquarie MediaBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Thursday, 16th November 2017 at 4:15pm
Melissa Seiler has been welcomed into the Macquarie Media Limited family in Brisbane.
The company accepted her as one of its senior broadcast journalists, having stepped down last month from a journalist position at the Southern Courier. Seiler had been with the paper since February 2016. She previously worked broadcasting at ARN, 2MMM, 2GB, and 2DayFM, plus with the Penrith Panthers as media manager.
The Courier has assigned Marie Hogg to handle Seiler’s duties and correspondence.Follow Seiler on LinkedIn and her official Twitter handle @melseilerjourno.
Leaver joins government serviceBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Thursday, 16th November 2017 at 3:02pm
The Stirling Times’ Kate Leaver is now a public official.
She stepped down from the Times’ parent firm, the Community Newspaper Group, to work for the Fremantle City Government as a communications officer. Leaver served double-duty for the Times as reporter and a newsreader with Curtin 100.1 FM and RTR FM. She landed the WA Youth Charmaine Dragun Memorial Award in 2016.Keep in touch with Leaver on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Higgins comes over to SBSBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Thursday, 16th November 2017 at 1:48pm
Marcus Higgins has signed up with SBS Online as its new social media editor.
He joins directly from the Daily Mail, where he served in a similar capacity for five months until he stepped down last month. He previously worked as the paper’s social media assistant and associate social media editor, and as social media producer with Squawka and FourFourTweet.Follow Higgins on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Izzo checks out at Bauer Xcel MediaBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Thursday, 16th November 2017 at 12:29pm
Alison Izzo finished her duties at Bauer Xcel Media this week.
Izzo said she was stepping down to pursue new opportunities. She joined the company in mid-2015 as digital editor for Harper’s Bazaar, but was promoted as it’s digital managing editor in late 2016, adding Cosmopolitan and ELLE’s online edition to her coverage. Her previous stints under Bauer were as a fashion assistant for Cleo magazine, fashion editor with Dolly magazine, and regular contributor for ELLE.
Bauer Xcel fashion editor Grace O’Neill, news & entertainment editor Jessica Chandra, beauty & lifestyle editor Erin Cook, and content director Emily Kerr have been assigned to handle all of Izzo’s related correspondence.Stay in touch with Izzo on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Luxury Travel assembles new editorial skippersBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Thursday, 16th November 2017 at 9:31am
Luxury Travel magazine is heading into 2018 with two seasoned people at the helm.
The publication announced that Christine Kane is the new editor while Lee Tulloch is the editor-at-large.
Both women possess years of experience in the luxury tourism circuit. Tulloch is a well-known author and screenwriter, with her accomplishments and jobs including founding Harper’s Bazaar Australia, publisher of Mr and Mrs Amos, and travel editor for Vogue Living, among others. Kane runs travel industry website travelmonitor.com.au as publisher and editor.Follow Tulloch on Twitter and LinkedIn while Kane can be reached over TravelMonitor.